Air Conditioning Maintenance

We don’t mind stopping by to fix your air conditioning. After all, it’s what we do. We would rather service your equipment before it needs emergency repairs.  As part of a seasonal AC maintenance and tune-up program, our HVAC technicians will check refrigerant levels, examine it for leaks, and properly dispose of discharged refrigerant. We’ll also check the controls, electrical terminals, belts, connectors, etc. and then we’ll replace worn, damaged or broken parts before they turn into a major problem.

We’ll also recommend non-emergency replacements and upgrades that can help extend the life of your system. This gives you the information to make a good decision and time to think about what you want to do with your system, before you’re on the spot.

I Change My Filters Regularly… What Other Maintenance is Necessary?

There are two types of coils in your AC or heat pump; your indoor evaporator coils and outdoor condenser coils. These coils can become clogged with just about anything over time, depending on where they’re located in your home. This could include dirt, bacteria, pet hair, tobacco smoke, even rust. These things cause erosion, deterioration, and eventual malfunction of AC equipment. Having the equipment cleaned regularly is important. We recommend this at least once a year.  Can’t remember the last time your coils were looked at or cleaned?  Then, it’s probably time for HVAC maintenance.

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Preventative Maintenance Plan

Peace of Mind for only: $199/year

Pre-Season Tune-up Features

For a limited time, New Albany Heating & Cooling is offering a $10 discount on our best pre-season pricing for gas forced air furnace tune-up and safety check out. This service includes:

  • Check pilot assembly and ignition sequence
  • Check thermocouple or flame sensor
  • Check burner flame
  • Check humidifier and air cleaner
  • Check heat exchanger
  • Check for proper venting
  • Check fan control
  • Check safety device and electrical wiring
  • Check blower amp draw
  • Check belt (tension adjustment)
  • Check operation sequence
  • Check gas valve
  • Check and inspect circuit board
  • Lubricate all accessible moving parts
  • Check for overall safe operation
  • Carbon monoxide safety test
  • Check Thermostat
  • Check Furnace cleanliness
  • Check Condensate Drain
  • Visual Inspection of Wiring
  • Visual Inspection of Vent Pipe
  • Visual Inspection of Heat Exchanger
  • Visual Inspection of Burners
  • Verify Line Voltage
  • Verify Low Voltage
  • Verify Micro Amps of Flame Sensor, clean if below 2.0
  • Verify Inducer Capacitor MFD
  • Verify Proper Inducer Amp Draw
  • Verify Blower Amp Draw
  • Verify Blower Capacitor MFD
  • Ohm Test Hot Surface Ignitor
  • Measure for Proper Gas Pressure at Outlet
  • Measure and Verify Proper Temp Rise
  • Verify Safe CO Level in Home
  • COMBUSTION ANALYSIS RESULTS:
    • O2%
    • CO
    • CO2
    • Flue Temp
  • CHECK HUMIDIFIER
    • Humidifier pad
  • Replace air filter (1” width only) Check critical refrigerant coils on outdoor unit (reduces power consumption)
  • Inspect critical refrigerant coils on indoor unit (prevents costly breakdowns)
  • Inspect and clean drain lines on indoor unit (prevents water leaks)
  • Inspect all electrical fittings on indoor and outdoor equipment (tighten or adjust if necessary)
  • Test all motors, controls, and safety switches to ensure proper function (increases lifespan)
  • Check rotation and balance of fan blades on outdoor unit (reduces AC noise)
  • Check settings on indoor unit fan motor to ensure proper air flow (improves comfort in the home)
  • Measure electrical consumption on all motors and compressor to verify they are within safe operating range (identifies problem components before they fail)
  • Check refrigerant level to make sure it is within proper range of operation (identifies costly leaks and poorly functioning units)
  • Verify breaker sizes for heating and cooling equipment (prevents catastrophic failures)
  • Check for code violations that may be posing a safety risk (prevents fires, airborne illnesses, and carbon monoxide poisoning)

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If you’re ready to have an experienced, licensed HVAC technician look at your AC system, Schedule Now or call us at (614) 861-5203

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